Models are sort of like live mannequins and Custo Barcelona took that literally! As he had models in minimal makeup and über glossy side ponytails for his Spring 2012 show. Maybelline Makeup Artist Gato wanted to create a modernistic appeal with a full eyebrows, porcelain skin and juicy coral lips. Quick tip from the pro himself, use an eyebrow pencil to fill in the gaps between hair following the shape of the brow and comb with brush in an upward direction for perfect brows.
Neil Moodie for Bumble and Bumble wanted to create a ponytail with an edge. By flat ironing the hair pin straight and tying it at the nape to create a tom-boyish appeal when looking at the models straight on. Literally, painting on the high gloss to almost look like plastic off the reflection of the lights. However, the ponytail remained dry forming two different textures. To take this runway look to the streets just use a shine spray like Bumble and Bumble's Shine on and on Finishing Spray. Don't forget, start at the ends and work your way up to the roots or else it will just make hair look oily instead of glossy.